Dinner Cruise

Bosphorus, one of the most exquisite water ways in the world, is a narrow strait (31 km long) between the continents of Europe and Asia connecting Black Sea in the north and the sea of Marmara in the south. In Byzantine and early Ottoman days, there was little settlement on either side of Bosphorus but as of the 18th century it became a favorite place for the sultans and their entourage where they built their villas and waterside residences.

During the cruising along the Asiatic and European shores of the Bosphorus, the guests enjoy the delightfully surprising mixture of the past and the present; the beautiful Ottoman time villas (yali) and historical fortresses that have survived and the modern villas complementing each other.